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[Sport Chek] [HOT] badminton and squash racquets up to 55% off AND BOGO 50%

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Deal Fanatic
Jul 20, 2006
8811 posts
Used the Duora 10 for the first time yesterday, got it done with BG80 at 26. Solid racket, no issues with arm hurting after smashes, great if you have a weak backhand and want to to clear.
Loved it.
Sep 16, 2013
68 posts
Enjoyed using the new Duora 10 for doubles. Took a while to get used to the longer frame but I did feel superior to my basic racquet once I got used to it particularly for smashes. I transferred over my towel grip to it as I like those grips a little worn in and the fresh towel grip was too big around it, but now I need to find a way to wear in future ones. Maybe running it through my next wash dry cycle a few times, lol, I think the last grip shrank over time. Or maybe I can buy a towel grip to measure for the duora grip size.

The deal still works for pickleball racquets... for anyone that plays, is the $130 Head Extreme Tour Pickleball Paddle is the one to go for, or is there a reason to go for one of the cheaper racquets?
Dec 28, 2010
438 posts
Missed on this one. But, see many here got Duora 10.
More of an intermediate to- advanced player here, mostly play doubles would Duora-88 be ok ? Getting it for $118 all in, as one other player in our club wants to go for BOGO 50% and have some gift cards from before.
Jr. Member
Jul 15, 2009
155 posts
88 is a fairly flexible racquet. It depends on your stroke and how hard you hit. If you have a full stroke and can generate your own power you should go for a more stiff racquet. If you're having trouble generating power get a more flexible racquet